Welcome to the Home Page of the Baltimore
Guild-Catholic Medical Association!
We invite YOU to participate in a
group that provides Physicians with spiritual and educational support to
practice Medicine in alignment with the Magisterium of the Roman
This organization provides members
with forums for dialogue on issues concerning Catholic doctrine, such
as: abortion, euthanasia, contraception, and stem cell research, to name
but a few.
Our practice of the faith and vocation
as Physicians unites us.
Marie-Alberte Boursiquot, M.D.; President, BG-CMA
& Secretary, Catholic Medical Association
Damian Birchess, M.D., Vice-President BG-CMA
Louis C. Breschi, M.D., Treasurer BG-CMA & Past President, Catholic
Daniel Finkelstein, M.D., Secretary
The Baltimore Guild has established a
Yahoo Listserv Group for quick
This is NOT a high volume list.
The Yahoo! Group is used to send out announcements of events and/or changes in
event times or locations. The Yahoo! Group is used for no other purpose.
To join, simply send an email to this email address:
and the moderator will approve your application.
OR, you can join by clicking the image below and
a Yahoo! Group ID with your preferred email address if you wish to
establish an online account or already have a Yahoo ID.
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CMA Mission Statement:
As Catholic Physicians of the United States and Canada, we come
together in the Catholic Medical Association in order to grow in
the spirit of Christ in our personal and professional lives, to
bring His Spirit to all that is touched by our science and art,
and to assist the Vicar of Christ, the Bishops, and the whole
Christian community with leadership, especially with the
particular knowledge, skill and experience we have as Christian
The Purpose of the Catholic
Medical Association is:
- To uphold the principles of the Catholic
faith and morality as related to the science and practice of
- To cooperate in leading the Christian
community, especially with the particular medical expertise and
experience of the Catholic physician, to understand, develop,
and apply Christ's principles of faith and morality to modern
- To lead the Christian community in the
work of communicating Catholic medical ethics to the medical
profession and the community-at-large.
- To uphold Catholic hospitals in the
application of Catholic moral principles in medical practice.
- To enable Catholic physicians to know one
another better and to work together with deeper mutual support